Mehrnoosh Tahani currently holds a Canadian National Banting Fellowship hosted at Stanford University and a KIPAC Fellowship. She was a research associate (Covington Fellow) with the National Research Council Canada at the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory from Sep 2019 to Sep 2022 and obtained her PhD in 2019 from the University of Calgary. Her areas of research include magnetic fields, molecular clouds, star formation, Faraday rotation, dust polarization, Interstellar medium, radio astronomy, magnetohydrodynamic simulations, the 3D shape of magnetic fields of star-forming clouds, and the development of novel techniques for probing interstellar magnetic fields. She is involved in international collaborations such as BISTRO, CCAT-prime, JCMT-transients, and POSSUM. Mehrnoosh has held teaching positions as a sessional instructor, guest lecturer, and graduate teaching assistant, and has received teaching awards. She is passionate about serving the Physics & Astronomy communities. Her current service roles include co-organizing the Open Cultural Astronomy Forum seminars and serving on the scientific organizing committee for the 2023 Canadian Astronomical Society Annual General Meeting (CASCA 2023; she was previously a member of online organizing committee of CASCA 2021).